It’s NAIDOC Week and we could not be more keen for what Sydney has in store

NAIDOC Week is upon us and it’s one of the most important times in the year.  It’s an entire week dedicated to celebrating everything our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community has to offer, and Sydney has some pretty cool shit planned.

And not just for this week. There are so many insanely talented artists in our Aboriginal community doing incredible things and we should be celebrating this every day.

NAIDOC Week is for everybody and gives us an opportunity to take the time to learn more about our history and celebrate everything that is to come.

Here’s a taste of what’s on this week:

NAIDOC in the City: July 3rd Hyde Park
Singing On Country: July 4th Museum of Contemporary Art
MCA Free Film Program: July 4th Museum of Contemporary Art
Klub Koori: July 6th Carriageworks Redfern
Woolloomooloo NAIDOC Film Night: July 6th Darlinghurst
Sea Country, Hear Country: July 7th Australian Museum

And if you’re stuck for something, we suggest heading reading up on some of the amazing talent which has emerged over the past year. Big ups to Baker Boy, A.B. Original, Emily Wurramara, Thelma Plum, Dan Sultan, DENNI and Kuren.

For more info on NAIDOC and what it means head on over to the website.